FAST INTERNET WITH FIBER TECHNOLOGY
FIBER VS. CABLE
As your home and business technology needs continue to evolve, fiber is the future-proof solution for delivering high bandwidth that can keep up with your growing needs. From video streaming to cloud computing and voice, only fiber can deliver the immense bandwidth that these applications of the future require, and now it can be yours.
- Uses a network of hair-thin strands of glass
- New technology developed in mid-eighties
- Delivers signal using light, does not conduct electricity
- Not susceptible to interference
- Data can travel long distances without losing signal
- Faster two-way transmission speeds of up to 1GB per second
- Strong and reliable
- Uses a network built on copper
- Old technology developed 100 years ago
- Delivers signal using electricity
- Can suffer from electromagnetic interference
- Data can only travel short distances before signal degrades
- Slower speeds of 5 and 50MB per second on the download
(and are generally much slower when uploading)
- More prone to environmental factors
Jaguar Communications is proud to bring Fiber Optic Services to your community. Fiber has become the leading technology for the next generation of communications networks worldwide. It is quickly replacing legacy copper and coaxial networks.
When you connect to Jaguar’s fiber service you will be connecting with the speed of light, up to 1 Gigabit per second. When you are watching your favorite movie, surfing the net, gaming, downloading music and videos, or telecommuting, Jaguar offers the fastest, most reliable service available.
Just how fast is 1 Gigabit? It’s the equivalent of 1,000 Megabits per second, which is over 100 times faster than the U.S. high-speed average. With a Gigabit connection, you could download an entire digital movie copy (14 GB) in less than two minutes.
LEARN MORE ABOUT WHY THE FIBER CHOICE
IS THE RIGHT CHOICE:
Based on a recent 2014 survey, there are 10.4 million homes connected to fiber in North America compared with 9.7 million in May 2013. And there are now 58 providers offering gigabit-per-second packages. In those homes, users report spending over 5 hours a day online and have an average of 5.5 internet-connected devices. Broadband users under age 35 report getting over half of their video content from online sources using a variety of devices, including computers, tablets, and cell phones.